Subject: Re: libpthread busted?
To: None <>
From: Peter Seebach <>
List: current-users
Date: 02/28/2003 03:25:26
In message <>, Peter Seebach writes
>assertion "next != 0" failed: file "/usr/src/lib/libpthread/pthread_run.c", li
>ne 115, function "pthread__next"
>I seem to have started getting these messages since building a new userland
>today.  Anyone else?

Well, the feedback I've gotten so far is "rebuild everything", but no joy.

$ perl -e 'use SDL'

dumps core.  I've rebuild SDL, p5-SDL, and so on.  Of course, the problem is
probably that, apparently, p5-SDL is "broken" right now... But I don't
understand the comment at all:

#BROKEN=                OpenGL.xs compilation issue, related to XFree86 version

I certainly don't *SEE* any issues compiling this, when I comment that line
out, but perhaps that's what causes the crash.  Or perhaps not.

Is there anything I should be aware of that won't have touched,
and which isn't part of pkgsrc, which needs a rebuild in the face of changes
to pthreads?